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WA Community Health Center Serves Up Summer Meals

07/17/2017
Children who normally rely on free and reduced-price lunches are able to get meals through the federal Summer Food Service Program. However, the Food Resource and Action Center found that only one in eight kids takes advantage of the program. The Community Health Center of Snohomish County has stepped up to bring meals to more underserved kids, in partnership with Food Lifeline, a supplier to food banks in western Washington.

Kids + Teens Eat Free at CHC

07/17/2017
Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC) in partnership with Food Lifeline, a supplier to food banks in western Washington, is serving meals to the underserved children in our community. Free meal will be given to all children from age 0 to 18 years old. Locations and details are below. CHC Arlington Clinic: 326 S. […]

CHC at Everett Mall’s Farmer’s Market

07/17/2017
Join us at the Farmers Market on Fridays from 3pm to 7pm at Everett Mall for fresh fruits, vegetables and products directly from local farmers. CHC also has a table every other Friday, to answer any questions you may have and provide health care information to our community! Stop by our table to say a […]

The Daily Herald – Senator Patty Murray visits CHC’s Everett-North Clinic

07/10/2017
Sen. Patty Murray listens as recovering addicts Daniel Veach and Rachel Weaver talk about the need for Medicaid to continue their recovery at the Community Health Center of Snohomish County on Thursday in Everett. The U.S. Senate is preparing to vote on a health care bill that, among other steps, could slash funding for both […]

KBSWA – Senator Patty Murray visits CHC’s Everett-North Clinic

07/10/2017
Patients of Community Health Center of Snohomish County share their stories with Senator Patty Murray about Medicaid’s crucial role.    

Fighting Depression with Summertime Activities

06/27/2016
Summertime is a season of growth and excitement. Leaves are full and green on the trees, new flowers are blooming, and the weather is finally warm. It is a wonderful time to step outside and breathe the bright, sun-filled air, or even head to the mountains for a hike. For some people, summer couldn’t come […]

The Dangers of Smoking: Learn How to Quit

06/02/2016
Ask anyone who has quit cigarettes and they will tell you that it was one of the most difficult things they have done — but they will also tell you that it was one of the best things they have done for their health and the health of their families. Tobacco has been proven to […]

How to Eat For High Cholesterol

05/19/2016
If you’ve recently visited your doctor and found out that your cholesterol levels are a little bit high, it is important that you begin to make lifestyle changes. Both blood pressure and cholesterol are highly affected by your diet, so we’ve put together a guide to help you eat your way back to a healthy […]

How Walking Can Help Reduce Health Risks

05/04/2016
Many people in the Greater Seattle area struggle with health problems, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and more. Others are at risk for diabetes or heart disease. Sometimes people feel overwhelmed with dietary changes, medications, and other means to monitor or improve their health conditions, but many don’t realize they have a […]

New Mom’s Guide: What to Expect After Delivery

04/21/2016
Becoming a new mom is one of life’s most beautiful moments. But mixed with this beauty is a lot of responsibility and questions. As you work through the delivery healing process, the baby will be getting more and more used to its new home. To make sure that your baby is set up for a […]
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